A Pennsylvania College Thought This 'Crusader' Mascot Was Too Offensive

A Pennsylvania university is dropping "Crusaders" from its nickname and changing its mascot in order to be more "welcoming and inclusive."

After 90 years as the Crusaders, Susquehanna University athletic teams will now be known as the Squirrels following a student poll.

The school's president cited "growing concern and sensitivity" in a video explaining the decision.

According to Gateway Pundit, the professor-president said that the former mascot was associated with the "historical reality" of violence against Muslims during the Crusades of the Middle Ages.

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